COVID-19 Important Resources


  • Smart Bus Locations

    Guilford County Schools (GCS) is rolling out its new “smart buses” into communities in Greensboro and High Point.

    Twice a week, Monday through Thursday, these buses will go into communities that are historically underserved and allow students to use the vehicles’ hotspot capabilities to access the internet for free. This will allow students to fully utilize the online learning options the district is currently providing.

    The locations and dates are:




    Smith Homes


    9 a.m. – Noon & 1 – 4 p.m.

    Ray Warren Homes


    9 a.m. – Noon

    Hampton Homes


    1 – 4 p.m.

    Claremont Homes


    1 – 4 p.m.

    Partnership Village


    9 a.m. – Noon

    Glen Haven Center


    9 a.m. – Noon

    JC Morgan


    9 a.m. – Noon

    Carson Stout


    1 – 4 p.m

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  • Parent and Student Surveys

    We want to hear from you! Give us your feedback by Friday, June 5. Click here for the survey links

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  • Phase 2 Frequently Asked Questions

    The state has released a FAQ document for Phase 2 guidelines, including information about in-person graduations. To view the document, click here

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  • UPDATED: Employee Leave Information

    In order to help protect public health and safeguard the well-being of public-school employees, the North Carolina State Board of Education authorized State of Emergency Leave in response to the pandemic.

    On April 30, the board approved an extension until May 31 of its emergency sick leave policy, which is allowing districts to continue to pay and provide benefits to eligible staff who cannot work remotely, who have child-care or elder-care needs, are at high risk of COVID-19 and others.

    Under the extension, the maximum number of hours available to employees has been increased from 168 to 328.

    Click here for an FAQ document with more information. 

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  • UPDATED: Internet Hotspot Locations

    GCS now has 19 locations where families can access the Internet from the parking lot. They are:

    • Allen Jay Elementary
    • Allen Jay Middle
    • Andrews High
    • Christine Joyner Greene Education Center
    • Eastern High
    • Herbin-Metz Education Center
    • Hunter Elementary
    • Jamestown Middle
    • McLeansville Elementary
    • McNair Elementary
    • Monticello-Brown Summit Elementary
    • Montlieu Elementary
    • Northeast High
    • Oak Hill Elementary
    • Simkins Elementary
    • Southern High
    • Union Hill Elementary
    • Western Middle
    • Wiley Elementary
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  • Internet Access at N.C. A&T

    North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is helping to address the need for internet access by expanding the university’s Wi-Fi footprint so that students can access it from three A&T parking lots. The WiFi access will be available seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Click here to view instructions

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